Registered Cars: 912

For 2022 the Cache Valley Cruising Association has gone over the top.

We are giving away 2 cars to 1 winner.
(One ticket will win both cars, must be 18 or older to win, must be present to win.)

It is our 40 anniversary car show and we have found a 1968 Mustang, and a 1993 40th Anniversary Edition Corvette as our give away cars.

1968 Ford Mustang

This beautiful Blue Ford Mustang has 2 white stripes that go up and over the car.
It comes with a 347 cubic inch Stroker v-8 engine that is connected to a C4 Automatic Transmission.
The motor is topped of with an Edelbrock 4 BBl carb, and has Dual Exhaust with headers to help it sound just right.
A Mustang II front suspension conversion with Power front disc brakes, and Power Rack & Pinion Steering take care of the front end.
The rear end has Rear Traction Bars and New Springs.
The car is shod with Custom 17” Wheels & Tires that help make it a sharp looking pony.
Interior comforts include Vintage Air Air Conditioning, “TMI” brand full custom interior, with Dakota Digital VHX gauges, a Custom AutoSounds Stereo with Factory Console and a Lecarra Steering Wheel.
This is one beautiful car that is touched in all the right places to make a fantastic car.

1993 40th Anniversary Limited Edition Corvette

This beautiful 40th Anniversary Corvette comes as a Ruby Red C4 Coupe. This Corvette is a low mileage Z25 package optioned car, it includes Ruby exterior paint and Ruby interior, leather steering wheel, Ruby leather 6-way power sport bucket seats, with special badging inside and out, and with special wheel center caps. This option alone cost an extra $1,455.00.
It was very popular at the time and many people wanted it.
There were a total of 6,492 Corvettes sold with this option in 1993, 4204 were coupes as this is, 2043 were convertibles, and 245 were ZR1’s. Total production for all 1993 Corvettes in ’93 was 23,330.

This car is equipped with the LT1, 5.7L multi-port fuel injection motor, giving 300 hp and 340 lb.-ft. torque at 3600 rpm. It has a one piece removable bronze tinted transparent roof panel, automatic electronic air conditioning, performance axle ratio of 3.07, power front and rear disc brakes, 4-speed automatic THM700R4/4L60 transmission.
The front wheel size is 17×8.5, rear wheel size is 17×9.5, front tire size is P255/45ZR17, rear tire size is P285/40ZR17.
It has a 6-speaker Delco-Bose stereo system with CD, power antenna, power windows, electronic instrument cluster, and is the first vehicle sold by GM to incorporate the passive keyless entry system (PKE).

All said this is a great classic and collectable car. With all the options listed, the car would have sold for $41,579 before all dealer, transportation, tax, and licensing fees.

Good luck, and see you next year.